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Discussion in 'Studio & Stage' started by LSchefman, Feb 17, 2016.
Working on some modular stuff.
You might need a bigger desk soon jfb.
I just bought two cheap ones from Ikea to hold what I have.
I am working on building a case, well a friend is helping me, that will hold everything...maybe...I have a lot of stuff.
I just saw this thread yesterday and figured, what the hell. I was recently going through and culling the handful of video clips I've made of myself playing and realized I only had ONE clip with the 594 when I had it. I'm not the player a lot of folks here are and I don't think I gravitate to much of the same type of music either. I don't have any chops to speak of and know precious little theory but I have the minor and (increasingly) major pentatonic almost down to the level of DNA, so slower bluesy stuff and spacy rock stuff is mostly what I do. Most of my clips seem to be with my strat, but here's the one and only I made with the 594. Kind of a proof of life kind of thing I guess. I'd loaded an iReal track of St. James Infirmary onto my looper - it's one of those that will save 100 tracks and I have about 4-5 I've brought in from external sources in addition to the many of just me laying down a rhythm loop. And I'm just loosely jamming over it with the 594. I won't bore you with any more of these - it's the only one I made while I owned a PRS. Only a couple of really nasty clams... So, from a few months ago for posterity:
Your left hand has a soul. Nice feel.
While watching I couldn’t help feelin ‘This guy is a strat player’.
Sounds great, man. Thanks for sharing.
Nice one Ray. Thanks for the upload!
Good job, Ray. Thanks for sharing that with us.
Thanks for all of the kind comments. I think I've tipped it off a few times but, yeah, I'm definitely a strat player at heart. I think getting rid of my strat, trying to get by with JUST the 594 and then getting another strat and falling straight in love with it was a moment of truth for me. I've been playing strats primarily for my whole playing life and I think the sound and feel of that instrument is really in my blood. I love having a humbucker guitar too (as well as one with P90s) and I really wish the 594 could have worked in that role, but I just couldn't get comfortable with it. And the Ibanez Scofield model I have does that job nicely for me. But I do grab the strat more often than any of them - it's just feels and sounds like home.
Sampler of an album I released awhile back. Tracked a fair amount of it with my PRS guitars.
Some quick playthroughs of some songs I wrote, part of the aforementioned work in my previous post.
I'm pretty sure I have a disease. I can't stop modulating!!!!!
I have a bit of guitar gas, too.
"More Clips, Less Talk" ~ Recorded alone in a Chicago hotel room ~ Goodall Baritone, Taylor GA6-12, Everett classical, Zoom rt223 drum/bass machine, Tascam 8-track, condenser mic ~ https://clyp.it/ibqptdmk
That was a well spent night in a hotel.
I liked it. A lot.
I concur. Very nice!
Thanks! It's my version of Delirious' August 30
"The Zero Bound" was recorded this year on my 1999 PRS McCarty Archtop, with 53/10 pickups I put in a few years ago. Recorded via stereo reverb pedal into two big clean amps.
It's fingerstyle prog, with keyboards and drums. Settle in - it's six minutes long, and it gets going after a moody intro.
It sounds like a great étude! Thanks for sharing!
Here's an old clip of one of the very first songs I ever wrote. On my first PRS, fwiw: